Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Nast, Thomas, 1840-1902, Cartoonists Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=XcmtBoByCIgC&oe=UTF-8
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Nast, Thomas, 1840-1902, Cartoonists Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=2BwxAAAAMAAJ&oe=UTF-8
Warren Bernard, coordinator of the Small Press Expo (SPX), speaks about his book about the history of cartoon and comic advertising in Washington, DC Topics: comic strips, comic books, cartoons, cartoonists, history
byRibeyre, Félix, b. 1831; Dumas, Alexandre, 1824-1895
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Cham, 1819-1879, Cartoonists, Caricatures and cartoons Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=Fw4NAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8
Show 100. Itâs freakinâ show 100. What more do you need to know. Okâ¦Iâll tell you what you need to know. We talk with Tom Racine, Justin Thompson, John Sanford, Carlos Castellanos, Stephanie Gladden and Jim Keefe. We talk about the previous 99 shows. We throw 3 mashups at you. We party!! Extra size castâ¦1 hour and 25+ minutes of action packed fun. Thanks to everybody!! SHOW 100! Topics: podcast, comics, comic books, interviews, cartoonists
Jim, Jasen, and Ed interview Faith Erin Hicks (Tumblr), who writes and draws comic books for a living in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Her comics include Demonology 101, The War at Ellsmere, Brain Camp, and Friends With Boys.She is the co-writer and artist for Dark Horse Comics and Naughty Dog Games' comic book, The Last of Us. A print edition of her web comic, The Adventures of Superhero Girl, was recently released by Dark Horse Comics. And her forthcoming graphic novel (with Prudence Shen), Nothing... Topics: Comic Books, Cartoonists, Interviews, Boing Boing
byConway, G. R. G. (George Robert Graham), 1873-1951; Conway, G. R. G. (George Robert Graham), 1873-1951 (autograph)
Fisher copy: "One hundred and fifty copies have been printed for the amusement of friends..." No. 93. Author's presentation copy to Mr. & Mrs. C. V. Hitchens Topics: García Cabral, Ernesto, 1890-1968, Cartoonists
Book from Project Gutenberg: The Confessions of a Caricaturist, Vol. 1 Library of Congress Classification: NC Topics: Cartoonists -- Great Britain -- Biography, Furniss, Harry, 1854-1925 Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/29425
Inside this book are short biographical sketches about the many artists represented in the Library of Congress' Swann Collection compiled by Erwin Swann (1906-1973). In the early 1960s, Swann, a New York advertising executive started collecting original cartoon drawings of artistic and humorous interest. Included in the collection are political prints and drawings, satires, caricatures, cartoon strips and panels, and periodical illustrations by more than 500 artists, most of whom are American.... Topics: comic strips, cartoons, cartoonists, illustration, Library of Congress, biographical dictionary
Political and editorial cartoonist and animator Ann Telnaes interviewed by Mike Rhode at the Small Press Expo, about her career. Topics: women, cartoonists, Ann Telnaes, Pulitzer Prize, animation, editorial cartoons, political cartoons
California provides plenty of inspiration for political cartoonists, so what better place for their annual conference than Sacramento? Host Jeffrey Callison speaks with two of the nation's top cartoonists about their unique place in pop culture: Rex Babin, and Matt Davies. Rex Babin, the editorial cartoonist at the Sacramento Bee, was a finalist for the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning. Matt Davies, the editorial cartoonist at The Journal News in White Plains, New York, was the... Topics: Political Cartoonists, Personal Economics, KXJZ, Insight, Sacramento public radio, Capital Public...
In this supplemental episode, I take a look back on the life and legacy of Canadian cartoonist Jim Unger who was known to many as the creator of the classic comic strip "Herman" Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/retrorewindpc Web Site: http://retrorewindpodcast.blogspot.com/ Topics: Retro Rewind, Retro Rewind Podcast, Podcasts, Supplemental Episodes, Jim Unger, Herman, Herman...
Gilbert Shelton is, along with R. Crumb, the most famous of the 60s underground comix artists and he is still going strong. He is the creator of such iconic comic strips as the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers, Fat Freddy's Cat, and Wonder Wart Hog. The Freak Brothers were originally published in The Rag and then appeared in papers all over the world. An animated movie featuring the Freak Brothers is under development. Gilbert Shelton's comix have sold over 40 million copies in 15 languages. Born... Topics: Rag Radio, Gilbert Shelton, Thorne Dreyer, Comix, Austin, Underground Press, The Rag, Fabulous...
An episode of the Caption Podcast series: Alex Fitch hosts a discussion between cartoonists Kate Brown and Paul Duffield about their comics and working practices. Topics: episode, Caption, Podcast, Oxford Small Press, The Lost Boy, Manga Shakespeare, The Phoenix, Fish +... Source: Caption
An episode of Panel Borders: Alex Fitch talks to newspaper illustrator Glen Baxter Topics: Alex Fitch, Panel Borders, Resonance 104.4 FM, Glen Baxter, Loomings over the Suet, The Billiard... Source: Resonance 104.4 FM
Political Junkie Goes West: 2016, American Sniper Ken Rudin joins us from Washington D.C. in an effort to put it all in perspective. "Cartoonists: Foot Soldiers Of Democracy" To honor the victims of the Charlie Hebdo attack, the French Film "Cartoonists" will be shown at the Crest Theater in Sacramento this Wednesday. Cecile Mouette Downs will explain more about the tribute. Reggie's Story Filmmaker Sasha Leahovcenko saw the burned man who is often asking for money at Alta... Topics: KXJZ, Insight, Sacramento public radio, Capital Public Radio, CSU Sacramento, Political Junkie,...
Cartoonists And Free Expression - First the Charlie Hebdo murders, and now an attack at a controversial cartoon event in Texas. Jack Ohman and Nick Anderson discuss how editorial cartooning finds itself at the center of a renewed debate about free speech. Amgen Tour Of California Women's Race - The Amgen Tour of California begins this weekend. For the fifth year, women are taking part in the race. We'll hear from two of the female riders on how they're preparing and on their experiences being a... Topics: Insight, KXJZ, Capital Public Radio, Sacramento public radio, CSU Sacramento, Cartoonists And Free...
Insight: Cartoonists Condemn Paris Attack - Islamic extremists attacked the Paris-based office of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo Wednesday, killing 12 people. The murders are being viewed around the world as an attack on freedom of expression, as they were apparently in response to the newspaper publishing antagonizing cartoons depicting the Muslim Prophet Muhammad. Editorial cartoonists Jack Ohman and Nick Anderson are no strangers to angry responses. Ohman received death threats following... Topics: Insight, KXJZ, Capital Public Radio, Sacramento public radio, CSU Sacramento, Insight: Cartoonists...
The Potrero View is San Francisco's oldest continuously published community newspaper. Topics: Aida Anderson, Miriam Lucchesi, Denis de Coteau, Beatrice Levine, Ten years ago column, history,... Source: folio
The Potrero View is San Francisco's oldest continuously published community newspaper. Topics: Vera Blue, Omega Boys Club, Danel Webster Elementary School, 10 years ago column, Potrero Hill... Source: folio